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Welcome to the New World in Manufacturing: Selective Laser Sintering

Welcome to the New World in Manufacturing: Selective Laser Sintering

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is the ultimate 3D printing technology for thermoplastic parts, perfect for prototypes or end-use manufacturing. A testament to their strength, SLS thermoplastic parts are replacing steel in many applications. Made with 3D Systems’ production-grade materials, including nylons and rugged composites, SLS parts are engineered for the extreme and spare no compromise.  In this whitepaper you will get: • Insider information on unlocking new levels of productivity and capability in product development • Pro tips for a cost-effective and efficient manufacturing process • A wide range of materials to answer even the most demanding applications • Material that holds up against the most brutal of environments (with a heat deflection temperature of 184°C (363°F) at 0.45 Mpa, high chemical resistance and abrasion resistance)

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is the ultimate 3D printing technology for thermoplastic parts, perfect for prototypes or end-use manufacturing. A testament to their strength, SLS thermoplastic parts are replacing steel in many applications. Made with 3D Systems’ production-grade materials, including nylons and rugged composites, SLS parts are engineered for the extreme and spare no compromise. 

In this whitepaper you will get:

• Insider information on unlocking new levels of productivity and capability in product development

• Pro tips for a cost-effective and efficient manufacturing process

• A wide range of materials to answer even the most demanding applications

• Material that holds up against the most brutal of environments (with a heat deflection temperature of 184°C (363°F) at 0.45 Mpa, high chemical resistance and abrasion resistance)

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